Wyoming Seminary Inducts Students, Faculty Into Cum Laude Society
CUM LAUDE SOCIETY INDUCTION-Wyoming Seminary inducted 11 students and one faculty member into the Cum Laude Society, the national academic honor society for college preparatory schools. Shown following the induction ceremony are, front from left: Jill Stretanski, Paige Allen, Mountaintop; Reeya Lele, Xiaogan Bao, Nicole Rose Lukesh, and Grace Leahy. Second row, from left: Anderson Roy Phillips, John Kehl, Mountaintop; Dominick D’Alessandro, Eamon Tuttle, Juan Astegiano, and Connor McGowan.

Wyoming Seminary College Preparatory School recently inducted 11 students and one faculty member into the Wyoming chapter of the Cum Laude Society, the national academic honor society for college preparatory schools.

The new inductees are seniors Paige Allen, Mountain Top; Juan Astegiano, Xiaogan Bao, Dominick D’Alessandro, John Kehl, Mountain Top; Grace Leahy, Reeya Lele, Nicole Rose Lukesh, Connor McGowan, Anderson Roy Phillips, and Eamon Tuttle, The faculty member inducted was Jill Stretanski, Spanish language faculty.

The goal of the Cum Laude Society is the encouragement and rewarding of academic excellence. Wyoming Seminary’s chapter of the society was established in 1930, and each year since then previous members of the organization elect new senior class members in both fall and spring.

The students elected in the fall must have a junior-year average of at least 3.4 (out of a possible 4.0); the spring inductees must have attained a cumulative junior-and senior-year average of at least 3.1. Inductees must be in the top ten percent of their class.